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to: navigation, search This article is about the country in North America. For other uses, see Mexico (disambiguation). United Mexican StatesEstados Unidos Mexicanos  (Spanish) | | | Flag | Coat of arms | | Anthem: "Himno Nacional Mexicano" Mexican National Anthem | National seal: Seal of the United Mexican States | | Capital and largest city | Mexico City 19°03′N 99°22′W / 19.05°N 99.367°W / 19.05; -99.367 | National languages | Spanish and 68 indigenous languages | Ethnic groups (2010) | Indigenous peoples (14.86%) | Demonym | Mexican | Government | Federal presidential constitutional republic | - | President | Enrique Peña Nieto | - | Secretary of the Interior | Miguel Ángel Osorio Chong | - | Supreme Court President | Juan Silva Meza | Legislature | Congress | - | Upper house | Senate | - | Lower house | Chamber of Deputies | Independence From Spain | - | Declared | September 16, 1810 | - | Recognized | September 27, 1821 | Area | - | Total | 1,972,550 km2 (14th) 761,606 sq mi | - | Water (%)